The Chinese Embassy in Malawi has condemned the conduct of a racist Chinese, Lu Ke otherwise known as Susu (uncle in Chinese) who has recently been exposed by BBC for shooting videos mocking Malawians.
Susu was exposed by BBC reporters following a trendy video that was shared on Chinese social media in 2020. In the video that was shot at Njewa, Susu was instructing Malawian kids to chant “I am black monster and my IQ is low.”
It has emerged that Susu had made several videos whereby kids were told to dance, sing and say words in Chinese then he would sell such videos to fellow Chinese for entertainment. The kids were reportedly paid half a dollar for performing in the videos.
Reacting on the issue, the Chinese Embassy has condemned Susu’s conduct saying their government does not support racism.
“The Embassy noted with great concern the video Racism for Sale. We strongly condemn racism in any form, by anyone or happening anywhere. We also noted that the video was shot in 2020. It shall be stressed that Chinese government has zero tolerance for racism,” the embassy tweeted.
Meanwhile, Malawi police said they have instituted their own legal investigations on revelations that Susu was abusing the rights of Children.